it’s amazing how one day you can feel energized and in complete control of your body, and the next day you can feel completely wiped out and not know what your body is up to. Last week i was hit with some heavy pain (i thought it was cramping at first), and was also diagnosed with PCOS. (still not sure what the pain is from, getting two ultra sounds later this week). it has been such a weird week. at first i was upset with my body and fell victim to my own pity party. i cried and felt powerless not knowing what my body was doing. after a few days i realized all i could do was wait instead of worry. im still waiting for my results, but i’m ready to kick whatever this is in the ass and get back to my routine. all i can say is THANK YOU to anyone who helped get me through this week. from my friends, family, and even coworkers. thank you for being strong for me when i felt weak and exhausted with pain. my support system is everything and i’m so grateful for all the love 💙
Cuando las metas están claras, no hay tiempo de titubear! Se lo que quiero, se por que lo hago, se para quien lo hago, eso es lo que me importa! Cada día es un Yo Vs Yo y si no te haz hecho ejercicios hoy, te reto! No ha competir conmigo, compite con tu mente que es tu peor enemiga! 💪🏻💖
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Test run for the costume updates!!!! It’s looking so good! Come see for yourself next week at the Surly Wench in Tuscon!!!
Oh, hello home gym... you’re, like, WAY cooler than my hotel room. And it doesn’t hurt that there’s a hot tub in the next room. #hotelsnevervacuum
Ever heard the saying “good things fall apart so better things can fall together?” Well, sometimes, that good thing can be you.
You can break, and fall and cry and be so utterly completing ‘apart’.
And that’s okay–and sometimes, so necessary.
You all know this is not a ‘fitspo’ only IG account. I promote mental health and faith as being the foundation and fundamental to wellness and all bodily achievement.
I’ve realized that for many people to REALLY to change, they have to come to the ends of themselves.
“I can’t take it anymore.”
“I don’t feel good–ever.”
“I’m always getting sick.”
“I can’t lose the weight.”
“I want to lose the weight.”
“I want to be healthy.”
“I don’t know how.”
The things is, you shouldn’t have to reaching a breaking point to finally face what’s important. Your point of finality can be NOW.
Choose to take care of yourself diligently. It can be so easy to over look ‘me’ when we get busy, have responsibilities/others to mind, but remember: you can’t fill from an empty cup! So, please, take the leap to a healthier lifestyle ASAP.
No excuses, just GO! Happy Tuesday fam!💪🏽
We love to walk with our pup 🐶walking daily is a habit we began right before I started my fit journey. It’s my daily movement minimum and great for me to think ⚡️honestly though we initially became consistent because of the Cachi pup. He loves to walk and we couldn’t let him down by missing a day.
Getting consistent with walking was a great starting point- from there I have learned to approach my workouts with the same consistency. It’s VERY helpful to have a bigger reason than yourself to help with you following through—aka accountability👊🏼
The key for me was to start small and work in layers. Do a little bit each day and over time that builds momentum which for me is wayyyy more important that motivation!
I wanna know- do you take frequent walks??
Work out because you love your body not because you hate it 🏋🏼♀️🤸🏼♀️💪🏼🍑
OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER
Excessive thoughts (obsessions) that lead to repetitive behaviors (compulsions).
Behavioral: compulsive behavior, agitation, compulsive hoarding, hypervigilance, impulsivity, meaningless repetition of own words, repetitive movements, ritualistic behavior, social isolation, or persistent repetition of words or actions
Mood: anxiety, apprehension, guilt, or panic attack
Psychological: depression, fear, or repeatedly going over thoughts
Also common: food aversion or nightmares
Treatment includes talk therapy, medications, or both.
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Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and today’s breakfast is brought to you by my fiancé 👨🏽🍳 @paulevans_foodmusic
!! Homemade LEGIT chicken sausage!
Making your own sausage is actually very easy, healthier and WAY more cost effective!!! I’m not saying we make our own alllll the time but we probably should 😉
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Today was the last booty day of the first phase of my home workout program. It was tough and definitely MUCH harder this round because I am so much stronger and able to push harder.
Remember that nothing grows from your comfort zone - changes come from the challenge!
My first smoothie bowl 👌 from the #kaylaitsines
recipe book 😋
Mint, spinach, yogurt, milk, chia seeds, banana and garnished with dark choc chips and mint leaves 💚💚💚
Today’s movement was leg day! I didn’t budget enough time earlier to get it all done at once but I figured something would be better than nothing and worked it out 👊🏼
I made sure to share this in my community to remind us all that it’s easy to get caught up with doing things “just right” (AKA perfection)
I know for me that I spent so long waiting to get consistent with adding in daily movement because it had to be perfect- or “the right way”. I think it is this way in ALL areas of my life... even when I really committed to my fit journey I struggled with this- and it led to my inconsistency.
Same thing would happen with performance anxiety, and for sure when I am writing posts. I will tell you that it is SO much better now but I keep finding its presence in other areas of my life.
Instead of just bailing on my time to take care of my body through movement I did what I had enough time to do and gave it my all!✌🏼
Anyone else a perfectionist? I know I’m not alone 💕🦄⚡️